Scott Beck has been involved with the color guard activity for over 30 years. He has marched with the Miller’s Blackhawk Winter Guard, Suncoast Sound, and Crossmen Drum and Bugle Corps. Scott began his teaching career with the Fred J. Miller Clinics where he taught for 10 summers and worked as a camp administrator his last two years. During this time, he instructed several high school and independent winter guards. Some of these groups include John Overton H.S. (which was the first high school color guard to win back to back world champions in Scholastic A and Scholastic Open Class), Dimension Winter Guard, and South Oldham H.S. In the summer of 2000, Scott completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and moved to Atlanta, Georgia where he taught first grade. He continued to teach color guard and was on staff with Pope and Lassiter H.S.S. While with Pope H.S., they earned the Scholastic World Bronze Medalist with WGI in 2003. From 2010-2013, he served as co-caption head and caption head for the Spirit of Atlanta Drum and Bugle Corps and Western Carolina Pride of the Mountains Marching Band. Scott completed his Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Kennesaw State University in 2006 and is currently an Early Intervention Program (EIP) Teacher in the Cobb County School District at Still Elementary School. This is also his 6th year to serve as an equipment adjudicator for various winter guard circuits around the country and Winter Guard International (WGI). In his free time, Scott enjoys spending time with his dog, Remington, and riding his Harley.